Friday, March 14, 2008


Ambigram (n.): also sometimes known as an inversion, is a graphical figure that spells out a word not only in its form as presented, but also in another direction or orientation. The text can also consist of a few words, and the the text spelled out in the other direction or orientation is often the same, but can also be a different text.

In definition, that's how you say an ambigram is, me found this ambigram while reading Dan Brown's Angels And Demons. And guess what? the ambigram displayed at the book was exactly the four elements:





and since it represents all the four tattoos that me wanted so much, they're also going to be the part me me tattoos... :)

Aaaaaaah... finally...

Wispy Turbulence

Well, long time no see...

Finally, me found meself another tatto design, me love it so much, that me believe that it will represent the air element out of the four elements me needed to tattoo me body

It was well, you can read it well though, taken from the dragon design of Eragon's logo, but imagine if the dragon's head was eliminated, changed into some blunt shape, and then we flip the image horizontally and vertically, voila...

The Wispy Turbulence,

You're going to reside at my right arm!!!

Whaddayathink mate?